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Bengals Training Camp 2013: Day Ten Recap

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The Bengals participated in their last joint practice with the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday. We've gathered some updates to recap their afternoon with the Falcons in Flowery Branch, Georgia.

Kevin C. Cox

The Bengals took the practice field for a second time in Flowery Branch, Georgia on Tuesday. The Bengals were again joined by Thursday's preseason opponent, the Atlanta Falcons. Teams weren't in full pads, but did have helmets and shoulder pads on.

On Monday, we recapped practice with both Cincinnati and Atlanta reporters in attendance in order to take advantage of the unique nature of a joint practice. We've decided to do the same with a few more voices in the mix.

Johnson was carted off the field and left in an ambulance after what appeared to be an injury to his left leg.

  • To lighten the mood, the Enquirer's Paul Dehner Jr posted a picture of Jon Gruden visiting practice. The brother of Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and former head coach of the Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers was chatting with Bengals owner Mike Brown in the photo. According to Dehner, he was wearing a self-deprecating hat for the afternoon.

  • Two very differing perspectives emerged between the Enquirer's Joe Reedy and Daniel Cox of AtlantaFalcons.com.

  • Jay Adams with AtlantaFalcons.com also indicated that Dalton had his work cut out for him halfway through practice.
  • Between the two teams practicing, the Falcons were the first to reach the end zone with the first team offense. Matt Ryan completed an impressive six of seven attempts.

Andy Dalton appears to be taking and comparing notes from Matt Ryan.

  • Orson Charles continued wearing many hats on Tuesday.
  • Some other notable reports as practice concluded: